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Response to Intervention and Instruction. RtI 2 is a multi tiered approach to helping students identified with unacceptable low scores, inadequate rate of learning, or behavioral concerns. A Problem Solving Model Michelle Crisci mcrsici@sandi.net Linda Trousdale ltrousdale1@sandi.net.

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response to intervention and instruction

Response to Intervention and Instruction

RtI2 is a multi tiered approach to helping students identified with unacceptable low scores, inadequate rate of learning, or behavioral concerns.

A Problem Solving Model

Michelle Crisci mcrsici@sandi.net

Linda Trousdale ltrousdale1@sandi.net

presentation outcomes
Presentation Outcomes
  • How does RtI2 interface with the current district structure?”
  • What does tiered instruction look like at your schools?
  • What is the RtI2 problem solving process?
  • Where does the EXCEED Student Achievement Manager fit in the RtI2 process?
rti 2 district alignment
RtI2 -District Alignment
  • Community - Based School Reform Model
    • A pre-K-12 model for building academic and social skills
    • A core set of foundational skills
    • Integrates RtI2 academically and behaviorally
    • Utilizes technology, standards, engagement strategies
    • Increases Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
rti 2 district alignment cont
RtI2 - District Alignment (cont.)
  • Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA)
  • Learning Contracts
  • Operational Expectation -3 : Learning Environment/ Treatment of Students/Discipline
  • Goals for Student Achievement:
    • Critical Thinking
    • Student Achievement to the whole person
    • Citizenship Development
what does rti 2 leadership look like at your schools
What does RtI2 leadership look like at your schools?

Instructional Leadership

Teams (ILT)

Professional Learning Communities (PLC)

The role of PLC’s is to support quality instruction and ensure Tier 1 fidelity.

Examine achievement data

Implement interventions

Support universally designed instruction (UDL)

Provide positive behavioral supports (PBIS)

  • Goals of ILT are to raise student achievement and narrow the achievement gaps.
    • Instructional programming
    • Professional development
    • Collaboration time
    • Research-based instructional focus
what does tiered instruction look like at your schools
What does tiered instruction look like at your schools?

Positive Behavioral Supports

Universal Design for Learning

Proactive approach to

learning

Provide instructional flexibility in the ways

Information is presented

Students demonstrate learning

Students are engaged

Proactive approach to behavior

  • Provide structures for behavioral success in all environments
    • Develop common expectations
    • Define positive behaviors
    • Build relationships
tiered instruction is layered
Tiered Instruction is layered

Adapted from Janice Pingel 5/20011

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The majority (80%) of students in a school should be experiencing academic and behavioral success at Tier 1.

Tier 2 is designed to supplement, support, and enhance Tier 1 instruction/intervention rather than replace it.

In Tier 3 a greater degree of intensive interventions (frequency, duration, and/or teacher-student ratio) are provided.

Adapted from Janice Pingel slide show 5/2011

what is new
What is new…
  • EXCEED Student Achievement Management System
  • Piloting with 9 sites:
    • Horton, Burbank, Cabrillo, and Loma Portal
    • Innovation, Correia
    • Twain, Point Loma, Lincoln
  • This will replace your current SST process
  • A way to create and store your individual student goals and monitor student progress
what is the problem solving process
What is the Problem Solving Process?

IDENTIFY THE LEARNING PROBLEM

Is there a problem? What is it?

(CST)

EVALUATE

Did our plan and intervention work? Why or why not?

(progress monitor)

ANALYZE THE LEARNING PROBLEM

Using data define the instructional “holes”

(Scantron)

DEVELOP A PLAN/PROVIDE INTERVENTION

Is the intervention relevant to the problem, evidence-based, and implemented with fidelity?

rti 2 training website
RtI2 Training Website
  • https://exceed-trn.sandi.net/RTITraining/exceed.html#
  • User name: exceedtraining25
  • Password: Pa$$w0rd (the 0 is a Zero)
  • Rose Martinez (student)
exceed student achievement manager
EXCEED Student Achievement Manager
  • Product demonstration
  • Jack Reed
where does the exceed student achievement manager fit in your rti 2 problem solving process
Where does the EXCEED Student Achievement Manager fit in your RtI2 problem solving process?
  • EXCEED is a data collection and storage platform (data director and SIS information will update nightly)
  • Interventions can/will be customized based on interventions your site already using
next steps
Next Steps
  • Memo to principals (July 2011)
  • Administrative circular changes (Summer 2011)
  • Principal Professional Development (June 2011)
  • Counselor Professional Development (Summer 2011)
  • Trainer of Trainer Model (Fall 2011)
trainer of trainer
Trainer of Trainer
  • Two days of Professional development will be held for one site trainer.
    • Sessions will be weeks of:
      • September 12th and 19th
      • October 10th and 17th
  • Principal will identify one RtI2 coordinator to send to the PD
  • Principals’ should plan 30 minutes for the site trainer to present the problem solving process info to whole staff after the September sessions